Edith St-Jean-Trudel

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Social support and coping are both related to posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms, but the mechanisms underlying their relationships remain unclear. This study explores these relationships by examining the perceived frequency of supportive and countersupportive interactions with a significant other in PTSD patients. Ninety-six participants with(More)
A new measure of the social support specifically intended for anxiety disorders has been elaborated ; this new scale entitled "Questionnaire sur les Comportements de Soutien en situation d'Anxiété" (QCSA ; Guay et al., 2003) consists of 65 items measuring positive and negative perceived social support. Among a sample of 257 university students, the QCSA(More)
OBJECTIVE Investigate the links between different types of social support, psychological well-being and distress among individuals with anxiety disorders. METHODS Data were drawn from the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS cycle 1.2) which had 36,984 participants, 1,803 of whom presented with anxiety disorders. Classical linear regression analyses(More)
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